Russia Denies Allegations of Possessing Compromising Information on Donald Trump
The Kremlin has denied claims that Russian intelligence agencies have obtained compromising material about Donald Trump, the BBC reported.
The Kremlin spokesman said the allegations were "pulp fiction" and a "clear attempt to damage relations".
The unsubstantiated claims say Russia has information about the United States president-elect involving prostitutes. They also say his presidential campaign secretly communicated with Moscow.
Trump has condemned the reports.
Without referring to the stories, the president-elect tweeted: "FAKE NEWS - A TOTAL POLITICAL WITCH HUNT!"
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